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Getting the most out of your PDFs

Posted on April 23, 2011 at 6:08 AM

It seems that PDF is going to be the new standard in document exchange, so with that in mind I went out and searched the internet for the best free PDF software for you to use that are also without any strings attached {not all are created equal or without a catch or two}. ;)

 

Here are two links for a PDF reader and one of a "Scan to PDF" application. Really nice software too!  :)

 

- http://www.freewarebb.com/files/file/1803-pdf-xchange-viewer/       - A great free PDF viewer. 

 

- http:/www.freewarefiles.com/WinScan2PDF_program_59387.html      - Scan any document or image to PDF.

 

To create PDF documents you may try our own great software like WordGraph and our latest word processor QT Writer Express. :P

 

http://www.ssuitesoft.com/wordgraph.htm - Have a lot more options on exporting your document to PDF.

 

http://www.ssuitesoft.com/qtwriterexpress.htm - Export any document to PDF.

 

Please enjoy them all.  8)

 

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Reply Rich Powers
9:10 PM on January 20, 2014 
I realize this blog is a few years old, but feel inclined to mention 2 excellent free pdf applications..

1.I can't believe you didn't mention Foxit reader! It' free, fast, and has a lot more features than Adobe Reader.
http://www.foxitsoftware.com/Secure_PDF_Reader/

2. Print to PDF. I find this one indispensable.
This one isn't really a software per-say, at least I don't think it is.. It's basically a just print driver of sorts. You simply download (622kb) and install.. Then regardless of what kind of document your printing, you now have the option to print directly to a pdf -
It's not an application, it just installs a virtual printer, so when you hit "print" just like you always do and the familiar print dialog comes up; just select "Print to PDF" from the printer drop down box and hit ok to create a pdf of the document, webpage, image or whatever it is your printing. It will then automatically save and open the pdf you just created.
It's brilliant! http://www.freepdfsolutions.com/print-to-pdf.html

The one above is the only one I've used, but you might want to also check out their other free pdf utilities, you can convert pdfs to word document, to jpg, to tif, to html, to simple text, to power point...and a bunch of others.. http://www.freepdfsolutions.com/downloads.html